Tickets for B3 Biennial 2017

B3 ticket options


Day ticket for all of B3

includes all B3 exhibitions including the B3 Parcours partner exhibitions, visit to the publicly accessible B3 market, and the festival and conference events listed in the program. The program will be available to view no later than the end of August by visiting www.B3Biennale.com.

The day ticket is valid for a one-day visit to B3.

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Ticket for all of B3

includes all B3 exhibitions including the B3 Parcours partner exhibitions, visit to the publicly accessible B3 market, and the festival and conference events listed in the program. The program will be available to view no later than the end of August by visiting www.B3Biennale.com.

This ticket is valid for visiting B3 from November 29 to December 3, 2017.

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B3 2017 Exhibition pass

includes all B3 exhibitions, including the B3 Parcours partner exhibitions. The program will be available to view at the end of August at the latest by clicking www.B3Biennale.com.
The day ticket is valid for a one-day visit to the B3 exhibitions.

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B3 ticket options professionals

B3 2017 Day Accreditation of professionals

includes all B3 events, including B2B program, screenings, festival and conference events, campus/market events and all B3 exhibitions, including the B3 Parcours partner exhibitions. The program will be available to view no later than the end of August; simply click www.B3Biennale.com.

The accreditation is valid for a one-day visit to B3. Please present the confirmation email that will be sent to you after purchase of your accreditation to the B3 accreditation counter to receive your accreditation badge.

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B3 2017 Accreditation of professionals

includes all B3 events, including B2B program, screenings, festival and conference events, campus/market events and all B3 exhibitions, including the B3 Parcours partner exhibitions. The program will be available to view no later than the end of August; simply click www.B3Biennale.com.
The accreditation is valid for visiting B3 from November 29 to December 3, 2017, as well as for participation in the B3 opening on November 28, 2017. Please present the confirmation email that will be sent to you after purchase of your accreditation to the B3 accreditation counter to receive your accreditation badge.

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General terms of use


1. Scope of application

The terms of use govern the legal relationships between the visitors of events and exhibitions of the B3 Biennial of the Moving Image 2017.
With the purchase of a ticket or by visiting an event or an exhibition with free admission, each ticketholder or visitor acknowledges the following binding conditions:


2. Opening times

The opening times of the exhibitions are shown in the official publications, and most specifically on the website of the B3 Biennial of the Moving Image. The organizers reserve the right to make changes to the opening times.


3. Ticket sales

The B3 Biennial of the Moving Image publishes the admission prices and displays them at the ticket desks and in the online ticket shop.

In the online ticket shop or in the app, clicking on the “Pay Now” button represents a binding offer to complete the agreed purchase. After this, the customer will get confirmation of the ticket purchase via e-mail. Payment takes place via credit card, SOFORT money transfer or via a debit card. Tickets purchased online must be printed and presented at the ticket counter.

Discounts will be granted to the eligible groups of people upon presentation of corresponding verification at the ticket counter of the event or exhibition venue. Discounted tickets are valid only in connection with this verification. If no verification can be produced, the difference between the discounted price and the full-price ticket must be paid.

The B3 Biennial of the Moving Image reserves the right to limit the number of tickets issued per buyer in individual cases. Severely disabled people may be given preferential treatment.

Tickets are intended for personal use only. When purchasing the tickets, the customer makes a binding declaration that the tickets are exclusively for personal use, and specifically not for commercial purposes or any other gainful objective. The buyer of the tickets is expressly forbidden from:

• offering the tickets for purchase at auctions (particularly on the internet),

• selling the tickets without the express advance written authorization of the B3 Biennial of the Moving Image and/or commercially,

• selling the tickets as part of a private transaction at an increased price,

• giving away or using the tickets for the purposes of publicity or as a prize without the express advance written authorization of the B3 Biennial of the Moving Image.

Wherever tickets are passed on to other persons, the previous owner of the tickets must inform the new ticketholder of the validity of these terms of use. If a ticket is offered, used or passed on in impermissible circumstances, the B3 Biennial of the Moving Image is entitled to block the ticket along with other tickets purchased by the customer and to refuse the ticketholder entry to the event or exhibition without compensation. For each violation of the prohibition of commercial sale, the B3 Biennial of the Moving Image may demand the ticket-seller pay an appropriate penalty of up to 2,500 euros.


4. Ticket returns

Sold tickets cannot be returned as a rule. If an event or exhibition does not take place, unless this is a result of force majeure, the tickets can be returned within 14 days, after which the claim to a refund will expire. Other expenses or damages to the visitor, including the online sales fee, will not be refunded where the B3 Biennial of the Moving Image has not caused the failure of an event or exhibition either deliberately or through gross negligence.
Likewise, for returns or exchanges of tickets purchased on the internet, only the ticket price can be refunded and not the online sales fee.


5. Cancellation policy

a. Exclusion of cancellation
There is no right of revocation for consumers in the case of agreements governing tickets for specific dates. Each ticket purchase therefore becomes binding immediately after confirmation upon purchase via the online shop and constitutes an obligation to accept and pay for the tickets.


6. Lost tickets

No replacement tickets are provided in the case of lost tickets.


7. Cloakroom

Visitors may only carry coats and bags into the exhibition space if this does not cause disturbance to other visitors; such items are the responsibility of visitors themselves for security reasons. Coats and bags can be left at the cloakroom for safekeeping during a visit to the show. The KBB reserves the right to charge a cloakroom fee.
Liability for items left at the cloakroom amounts to no more than their fair value. The cloakroom is not intended for valuables, particularly jewelry, other items made of precious metals, cash and other means of payment, business documents, certificates of all kinds, driving licenses or keys. Visitors leave such items at their own risk.
Items left with the cloakroom will be returned upon presentation of the cloakroom token and without verification of eligibility. Without a token, items left in the cloakroom can only be returned to a visitor when he or she can credibly prove him or herself to be the rightful recipient.
Mistaken, damaged or lost cloakroom items or the loss of a cloakroom token must be reported to the cloakroom staff immediately before the visitor leaves the cloakroom premises. If a visitor loses a cloakroom token, he or she is obliged to pay the replacement costs.


8. Lost property

Items of all kinds found in the exhibition venues of the B3 Biennial of the Moving Image should be handed in to the staff at the venue or the cloakroom. Such lost property will subsequently be handled in line with the provisions of section 978 et seqq. of the German Civil Code.


9. Venue rights

Visitors may be refused entry to the exhibition venues if there is reason to assume that they will disrupt the exhibition or disturb other visitors.
It is forbidden to offer admission tickets for sale in the area of the ticket counter or anywhere else within the exhibition venues or their premises.
Mobile telephones and watches that sound the time should be switched off within the exhibition.
Smoking is strictly forbidden within the exhibition premises of the B3 Biennial of the Moving Image.
Food and drink may not be taken into the event or exhibition areas.
Visitors must follow the instructions of staff at the exhibition venues.


10. Photographs and sound recordings

Visitors are not permitted to take photographs or sound recordings of any kind. Any violations of this may be subject to criminal or civil proceedings and may result in the visitors being expelled from the exhibitions.
Film, digital, video or sound recordings in which parts of the exhibition are captured may be confiscated and only returned on condition that the owner agrees to delete the recordings first.
Photographs or sound recordings may be taken during an event or exhibition at the B3 Biennial of the Moving Image by authorized persons, and by attending the event visitors automatically agree to themselves being recorded in both image and word and to these recordings being broadcast or published, for which there is no claim to any remuneration.


11. Liability

For damages of all kinds suffered by a visitor within an exhibition venue of the B3 Biennial of the Moving Image, the B3 Biennial of the Moving Image (and the Offenbach University of Art and Design), their representatives and their agents may only be considered liable in the case of intent and gross negligence. Liability in case of injury to life, body and health remains unaffected where the damages are typically foreseeable.


12. Data protection

The personal data of the person buying the admission ticket are recorded, processed and used in compliance with data protection law within the scope required for the execution of the contract in automated procedures. In connection with this, the B3 Biennial of the Moving Image has the right to store customer data for the purposes of internal statistical examination. The B3 Biennial of the Moving Image has the right to send event attendees further information on the event in advance via email where appropriate. The B3 Biennial of the Moving Image has the right to pass the data on to natural or legal persons whom the B3 Biennial of the Moving Image has commissioned with ticket and product marketing and sales. The data are handled confidentially and are only used to the extent outlined above.